Autism | German Medical Clinics


Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interactions, communication, mood alterations, repetitive behavior, metabolic and digestive issues. Also there is autism spectrum disorder who describes a range of conditions classified as neurodevelopmental disorders. Features of these disorders include social deficits and communication difficulties, stereotyped or repetitive behaviors and interests, sensory issues, and in some cases, cognitive delays. These symptoms become apparent typically in the first two years of childhood and affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells connect and organize.


More than half children diagnosed with Autism are prescribed psychoactive drugs or anticonvulsants. They respond atypically to medications, the medications can have adverse effects, and there is no known medication relieves autism's core symptoms of social and communication impairments.
Stem cell therapy is an effective approach to treating autism which is based on the unique ability of stem cells to influence metabolism, immune system and restore damaged cells and tissues. Treatment positively affects all body organs and systems, including the main part – the brain.
When autism is diagnosed, areas of brain regulating memory, concentration, attention, speech are damaged. Stem cell treatment improves blood and oxygen flow to the brain (improved perfusion), replaces damaged neurons and stimulates formation of the new arteries. After some time, stem cells acquire properties of cells surrounding them and multiply into these cells, which results in white and gray matter restoration and, consequently, in subsidence of neurologic symptoms and improved intellectual capacity.
It has been proven that mesenchymal stem cells improve immune system and terminate inflammation.

Stem cell therapy and autism spectrum disorder
Several aspects of concern:
  1. Immunity
  2. Metabolism
  3. Communication ability;
  4. Learning capacity, memory, thinking.

Stem cells are differentiating into cell types needed by the body (neurons, oligodendrocytes, blood cells etc.)

Improvement is reached through restoration of the lost (impaired) neuron connections and formation of the new neuron connections, speeding up brain reactions through improvement of synaptic transmission and development of the new neuron connections.

The following improvements in autism after the stem cell therapy:

  1. Better tolerance of different foods and improved digestion.
  2. Easier contact with the child (first of all, eye contact). Children who were not fixing their gaze on the objects start looking at them with interest.
  3. More adequate behavior at home and outside.
  4. Less or no fear of loud noises, strangers and bright colors (gradual improvement).
  5. Improved verbal skills (if the child is non-verbal, s/he is very likely to start making sounds, syllables, and then pronounce words; bigger vocabulary in verbal children).
  6. Writing skills improvement or development.
  7. Improved self-care skills.
  8. Improved attention span and concentration.

PS: Though the degree of the above improvements varies, they were reported in all cases.

One of the main goals of stem cell therapy is triggering brain development, and then the child’s body will do its own work. Children should be happy, and the parents are to prepare them for happy adult life by developing skills they will need the most, such as communication, self-care, educational and professional skills.

In order to be happy, an autistic person should have
  1. The Feeling that his life is well planned.
  2. A well-adapted communication system.
  3. Self-care skills.
  4. Ability to study and work.
  5. Leisure skills.
  6. Communication skills (and to be happy to communicate with people).

Other treatments available for autism

Thymus therapy, IV Ozone therapy, Orthomolecular medicine, Laser revitalization of blood, External laser therapy, Intravenous oxygen therapy, Bio-identical(natural) hormone replacement, specific diet, and other methods. The functional capacity of the patient can be improved, symptoms can be reduced, physical disability can be decreased. While in certain advanced diseases the progression of disease can be halted at least.


Autism is usually a viral disease to a greater or lesser extent, with viruses in the brain and the stomach. In 15% of children viruses are negligible, and GcMAF probably will not help. In 85% viruses are involved, and they will respond to GcMAF and the children could make full recoveries. (See also Gcmaf) Which treatment is the best for your child is only decided by our doctors. No treatment is the absolute cure for everyone. Sometimes different treatments need to be in parallel, other treatments are better for a patient than another.